Borderline ovarian tumor. So can we wait to have kids?

No if malignent. Fundamental concept , malignancy, should be treated first, may be ovum ( egg ) could be harvested from other ovary.
Ovarian cancer. You are already 32 years old. You should not wait much longer. Once you are done with kids you should get your remaining ovary, tube and uterus out.

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What is borderline ovarian tumor is concerous?

Borderline cancer. It is considered cancer, but is exactly borderline meaning it has some cellular features of overtly or typical ovarian cancer, but not all. It therefore also tends to behave much less aggressivley. It is often "cured" with removal of the ovary and most often a hysterectomy is recommended. Consultation with a gynecologist or gynecologic oncologist would be recommended to fully counsel a patient. Read more...
Near Ca/need info. Any borderline situation regarding a tumor means that it is a step away from being cancerous. Some ovarian tumors have more malignant potential than others. Borderline ovarian tumors have cellular features of malignancy but do not invade. Thus surgery should be curative in nearly all cases. Read more...

What is the definition or description of: Borderline ovarian tumor?

It is low grade Canc. It is a slow growing(low grade) cancer of the ovary which is diagnosed in a small percent of cases. It does not seem to cause serious problem for many years. It also doe snot respond to any chemotherapy. The key is to ovoid over-treatment once this diagnosis has been established and confirmed. Read more...

Borderline ovarian tumor removed. Now pelvic pains. Has anyone surviedd this?

Good prognosis. Borderline ovarian tumors are not common, but enough is known about them that we can tell patients their prognosis is good (very high survival). In young women, often only the affected ovary is removed. Your pain might be from the surgery, adhesions, or phantom pain (as nerves grow back into the area). You might also have noticed more pain because of anxiety about a very unlikely recurrence. Read more...
Yes. The tumors are what was described; borderline. Almost all will survive with no adjuvant therapy at all. Read more...